Rachel S. London
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Rachel London is a partner at Wall & London LLC. Prior to co-founding the firm, Rachel worked at an employment law firm representing New Jersey’s employees in wrongful termination, discrimination, retaliation, harassment, and unemployment cases. Before practicing employment law, Rachel practiced corporate bankruptcy, commercial litigation, and financial restructuring in Delaware. Rachel decided to pursue the practice of employment law to help employees stand up for their rights when they have nowhere else to turn.
Rachel continues her dedication to protecting the rights of employees and small businesses by providing counsel and representation on employment matters. Whether employees believe they have been wrongfully terminated, need advice on how to handle a situation at work, need a severance agreement or non-compete reviewed, need representation at their unemployment hearings, or simply want a higher severance package negotiated on their behalf, Rachel works tirelessly to help her clients when they need it most.
While in law school, Rachel was the recipient of the Gold Brooklyn Law School Public Service Award for volunteering with the Courtroom Advocacy Project and Uncontested Divorce Project, both programs that assist victims of domestic violence. Rachel also served as the Notes and Comments Editor of the Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial and Commercial Law. In law school, Rachel worked for the Honorable Harold Baer of the Southern District of New York, the New York State Office of the Attorney General, and the Kings County District Attorney’s Office as a Student Assistant District Attorney.
Born and raised in South Jersey, Rachel graduated summa cum laude from Temple University’s Honors Program in 2009 and earned her Juris Doctorate with Honors from Brooklyn Law School in 2012. Rachel lives in Cherry Hill with her husband, two sons, and famous office dog Dexter. For fun, Rachel likes to paint and is a diehard Eagles fan. Go Birds!!!